Ednet Places Monthly Order with APT
Belfast - Apr 29, 2002 - Codec-manufacturer APT has received an on-going monthly order from its main U.S. distributor, Entertainment Digital Network, for its new Worldnet Milano ISDN codec. Since its launch, EDNET has supplied Milano units to NFL Films, Audio Recording Unlimited, Sonart Production, Magnetic Studios, Film Roman and Foote Cone Belding.
EDNET has played a significant role in the worldwide distribution of APT products since 1995, when it first began selling the DSM100/Prolink Digital Audio Codec throughout the U.S. EDNET handles North American technical support of APT's audio codecs for all markets.
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